By Don Kincl
More interesting than standard rip rap and cheaper too. None of them are even really good for parts. Clever!
I’m guessing this must have been done many !any decades ago. The newest car I see is 1959 and there is a Packard and a Cadillac in the mix which somebody would have rescued for parts more recently.
I saw a 1960 Ford station wagon.
I really like Curbside Classics but, WAY TOO MANY POP UP ADS!
I know they have to pay bills but it has reached the SATURATION POINT.
GOOD BYE CURBSIDE. It was nice while it lasted.
You are right Ray. Missed the sideways 60.
Crashes to ashes and rust to dust.
In Appalachia, they did the same to fill gaps left behind by strip mining operations prior to the practice being outlawed.
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